LIZARD PEOPLE NOT YET FOUND
UNDERNEATH LOS ANGELES
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donated by James Vandale
LIZARD PEOPLE NOT YET
There are 270 tunnels beneath Los Angeles, arranged in a network. Since they
have, for the most part, been sealed up with fences, they are no longer used
There are older tunnels, under Bel-Air estate, UCLA, and El Pueblo de Los
Angeles State Historic Park not far from Olvera Street. The latter tunnel is
alleged to have hid many during the 1871 massacre of Chinese, recounts Cecilia
Rasmussen in her article "L.A. Scene: The City Then and Now" in the July 22,
1996 Los Angeles Times.
Hopi Indian legend reports a sub-surface maze existing almost 5,000 years ago.
G. Warren Shufelt, a mining engineer, went in search of it during 1934. That
year, using a dowsing rod he called a "radio X-ray," he claimed to have
secretly discovered caves beneath downtown L.A.
He claimed to have consulted Little Chief Greenleaf, a Hopi leader, and was
told about the Lizard People, who lived circa 3,000 B.C. Before the
destruction of their culture by meteors or a fire, they were said to have
created three underground cities around the Pacific Coast, including one under
Los Angeles and another beneath Mt. Shasta.
The Lizard people reportedly made the caves housing thousands by using
chemicals to melt bedrock. According to Shufelt's version of the Hopi legend,
the city was in a lizard's shape, and extended from Dodger Stadium to the
Whether the Lizard People were reptiles or humans, Shufelt did not clarify.
(There is a post-Shufelt account of a humanoid "reptile" clad in both trousers
and a shirt on Mt. Shasta in 1972.) Paul Apodaca, of Chapman University, said
that Shufelt's account of Hopi history was "exaggerated and corrupted." (Hopis
did have a social division called the lizard clan, however.)
The [L.A.] Times of January 29, 1934 reported Shufelt's claims of radio X-ray
pictures of the subsurface rooms.
Shufelt said he thought he had found under Ft. Moore Hill a treasure room.
With the permission of L.A. authorities, he had a 350-foot hole drilled.
Cave-in worries stymied further drilling. After that, Shufelt vanished from
Some five weeks prior to the drilling, Edith Elden Robinson had described her
psychic vision of "a vast city...in mammoth tunnels extending to the
seashore." The American Society of Psychical Research subsequently recounted
her story of this supposed artifact of a vanished race.
On a website entry (http://www.lapl.org/central/urbanleg.shtml) dated March 29,
1996, Los Angeles' Central Library notes that, quite appropriate to the later
library setting, the Lizard People owned golden tablets which delineated the
story of the world since its beginning, the Lizard People's history, and even
the origin of humanity.
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